bulletproof musician

 
Wouldn’t it be nice to get on stage with confidence, nail your performance, and walk off with a big smile?

The purpose of this website is to teach musicians how to overcome stage fright, performance anxiety, and other blocks to peak performance. The specific mental skills you develop will allow you to experience the satisfaction of performing up to your abilities – even when the lights are brightest. Wait, let me rephrase that. Especially when the lights are brightest.

If you came here looking for a quick fix or a magic pill, I’m afraid you will have to look elsewhere. Like anything else you do in the practice room, learning how to perform your best under pressure takes some work. Stage fright and performance anxiety are natural reactions to big auditions, concerts, and recitals, so performing consistently well requires reprogramming your response to stress.

What I am offering you is no superficial “band-aid,” but a collection of established principles, techniques, and psychological skills taken from the performance psychology research literature, and based on my own experiences and training in psychology and music.

The ultimate goal of The Bulletproof Musician? For you to figure out what it takes to rise above the nerves, distractions, and pressures of a performance, and when the moment of truth arrives, play the way you know you can.

To be, in a word, bulletproof.

 

 

How to Start

 

The Blog

Free tips & techniques, from how many hours a day to practice to handling pre-concert jitters.


The Blog

Online Course

A 7-module course that will teach you how to overcome performance anxiety and consistently play up to your abilities in big auditions and performances.

Online Course

Coaching

One-on-one coaching via Skype for performances and auditions where nothing less than your best will do.


Coaching

 

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